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Seroprevalence and pathogenicity of certain Australian bunyaviruses



Seroprevalence and pathogenicity of certain Australian bunyaviruses



Arbovirus research in Australia Proceedings Fifth Symposium, August 28 September 1, 1989, Brisbane, Australia: ; 8



A seroepidemiological study was carried out on 4176 human sera collected from New South Wales for the presence of antibodies to the bunyaviruses Aino, Akabane (AKA), Belmont (BEL), Gan Gan (GG), Kowanyama (KOW), Mapputta (MAP), Peaton (PEA), Tinaroo (TIN), Trubanaman (TRU) and the orbivirus Corriparta (COR). Antibodies were found in titres up to 1280 to GG and to 640 to TRU viruses, with prevalences of 4.7% and 2.1%, respectively.

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